Alistair Burt is the first British minister to visit the state in more than a decade.
Charges: Driver threw 'large rocks' at police car during highway chase
Authorities say the suspect had used methamphetamine earlier in the day.
Minnesota's COVID-19 update for Friday, January 21
Hospitalizations dipped from 1,629 Jan. 19 to 1,571 on Jan. 20.
Shooting near University of Minnesota kills 1, injures 2
The victims were all in a parked car when the shooting happened, police said.
St. Paul native, comedian Louie Anderson dead at 68
He died of complications with cancer.
Florida man charged with human smuggling after 4 die, 5 rescued near border
A baby and an teenage boy were among those who were found dead feet from the U.S. border.
Mall of America to celebrate 30 years with events, giveaways throughout 2022
The festivities will kick off Friday with a '90s-themed drag show.
Victim of 1994 Michigan cold case murder ID'd as missing Minnesotan
Shelley Rae Kephart went missing from Hennepin County more than 28 years ago.
Coller: Did the Vikings wait too long to fire Zimmer, Spielman?
This wasn’t just ugly. This was ugly, ugly.
Walz, Flanagan call on Hennepin Co. sheriff to resign
"I would say that it is time for him to resign," the Lt. Gov. said.
Months after missing deadline, Enbridge says Line 3 aquifer breach is fixed
The company told Bring Me The News it "successfully stopped the flow of groundwater" at the site.
MSP Magazine: Funny British ads at Walker Art Center
With more than 150 ads—celebrated, debated, even hated—the annual screenings of the British Arrows Awards (formerly known as the British Television Advertising Awards) are one of the Walker’s most popular programs.
Compromise talks between Dayton, GOP leave sides farther apart
Since it's not a budget year, Minnesota lawmakers and Governor Dayton are not required to get anything done this spring. And perhaps that's a good thing because they don't seem headed toward any agreements. A proposed swap of business tax cuts in exchange for more state-funded construction apparently went nowhere this week.
Dayton vetoes GOP plan to partially reimburse Minnesota schools
Gov. Mark Dayton called the proposal an irresponsible "raid" on state reserves. The Republican plan would have used $430 million to payback a portion of an IOU to K12 schools. Minnesota owes schools more than $2 billion after it delayed payments to cover the budget deficit.
Minnesota minister sentenced for stealing $25K from elderly parishoner
A Roseville minister has been sentenced to 10 years of probation and 180 days in the Hennepin County Workhouse after stealing from an elderly parishoner. Gregory Maurice Oats, 32, pleaded guilty to stealing about $25,000 from the 78 old-year-old victim, who suffers from Parkinson's disease, diabetes and paranoid schizophrenia.
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